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Pentacene-carbon nanotubes: Semiconducting assemblies for thin-film transistor applications
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10.1063/1.2132063
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AFM images of SWNTs spun from two different solution concentrations at (a) and (c) . (b) and (d) are AFM images of the corresponding bi-layers with -thick pentacene evaporated at on top of SWNTs. The letter S and D indicate the Au source and drain electrodes. The x-ray diffraction spectra of pentacene films evaporated at onto bare and onto a SWNT array spun onto dispersion are shown in (e).

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(a) Effective linear and saturation mobilities of TFT pentacene bilayers as a function of the SWNT concentrations. Mobilities are calculated from TFT transfer characteristics at in the saturation region (circles) and at in the linear region (squares). Linear transconductance corresponds to , labeled by triangles. (b) The channel length of nonpercolating arrays of SWNT as a function of increasing SWNT content and on/off ratio of bottom gate devices (at ) for various SWNT concentrations are shown in diamonds and circles, respectively in (b).

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Scitation: Pentacene-carbon nanotubes: Semiconducting assemblies for thin-film transistor applications
http://aip.metastore.ingenta.com/content/aip/journal/apl/87/20/10.1063/1.2132063
10.1063/1.2132063
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